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Reno Di Domenico

Reno Di Domenico

Lollypop Farm announces the following promotions: Reno Di Domenico; Adrienne McHargue; Terry Knapp; Brenda Krusenstjerna; and Cathie Wright.

Di Domenico was promoted to vice president for humane law enforcement. He previously served as director of humane law enforcement and has worked with the organization for over 10 years.

McHargue has been promoted to vice president for community affairs. She previously served as director of communications and outreach. McHargue has worked for Lollypop for over a decade.

Knapp has been promoted to vice president for organizational development. A member of the Lollypop team since 2009, Knapp previously served as director of organizational development.

Krusenstjerna has been promoted to vice president/CFO. She has been with Lollypop for over seven years, and previously served as the director of finance.

Wright has been promoted to vice president for development and donor relations. She joined the Lollypop team over 12 years ago and her former title was senior director of development.

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Adrienne McHargue

Adrienne McHargue

Terry Knapp

Terry Knapp

Breda Krusenstjerna

Breda Krusenstjerna

Cathie Wright

Cathie Wright

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